A New Zealand judge has sentenced AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd to eight months of home detention on charges of threatening to kill and drug possession. 

According to a report from USA Today, the 61-year-old musician originally faced up to seven years in prison for the murder threats, but that was later revised due to his lawyer’s argument.

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They also note, “Rudd did not comment on the sentence as he left the courthouse, simply telling reporters to ‘get a (expletive) job’ and batting away a microphone as he got into a waiting car.”

Last December, following his arrest for threatening to kill and drug possession, Rudd was detained by police for a second time after getting into a public altercation at a Coffee shop.